Tag Archives: Cartography

Cartography Resources

Cynthia Brewer’s site colorbrewer2.org – In case you aren’t familiar here is the description from her personal web […]

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Cartogram Special – The Olympic Games

From Geographical.co.uk Written by  Benjamin Hennig Published in Mapping Benjamin Hennig/viewsoftheworld.net 05Aug 2016 Which country has been the […]

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The Hidden Histories of Maps Made By Women: Early North America

From CityLab: The first part in a series exploring little-seen contributions to cartography. Laura Bliss @mslaurabliss Mar 21, […]

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The Future of the Map – The Maps of the Future

International Map Industry Association  www.imiamaps.org New and innovative technologies have an important impact into what cartographers are doing. […]

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The Future of Mapping is Going Indoors

November 7, 2015, 7am PST jwilliams The Future of Mapping is Going Indoors | Planetizen: The Urban Planning, […]

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Learn From a Master-Edward Tufte Course

Please see link below for a great educational opportunity!!  Full-time students get a significant discount to take the […]

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27th International Cartographic Exhibition

Call for Participation, International Cartographic Exhibition 2015 The U.S. National Committee (USNC) to the International Cartographic Association (ICA) […]

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Mapping New York’s Traffic Crashes

From: The AtlanticCities.com  by Sarah Goodyear   Feb 27, 2014   The New York Police Department doesn’t make it […]

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On How to Read a (Good) Map (from NASA blog)

Just as you shouldn’t trust everything you read or see on television, you should never blindly trust information […]

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Best Maps of 2013

From GIZMODO: Maps: Where would we be without them? This was banner year for beautiful, information-dense cartography, which […]

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